Young Dementia 2014

A Life Worth Living: Young Onset Dementia Services and Support
This conference took place on the 30th September 2014 at ST. Hugh’s College, Oxford. It focused on presenting services that work well with and for people living with young onset dementia and their families, and initiated ideas for national changes to achieve together.

Photo Credit: Judie Waldmann / YoungDementia UK 

Please click here to read a recent news report on this conference.
 
The following presentations have kindly been made available for public download. Please click on the name to download the presentation.
 
I. Bakker, C
 
II. Green, S
 
III. Hughes, L
 
IV. La Fontaine, J
 
V. Lorenti, R
 
VI. Saad, K
 

Please click to download the programme for this past event.Layout 1

For further information please contact steven@hawkerpublications.com

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